We are currently accepting submissions for Recent Development pieces for publication. The pieces may be published in print or online. We are accepting submissions on a rolling basis until November 22, 2013 at midnight. Submissions should be emailed to HLSILJNOTES at gmail.com. Recent Developments Recent Developments include book reviews, case comments, or other discussions of recent legal developments in international law. Possible topics include international court decisions, recent treaties, or investments between international organizations. These pieces are about 5,000 to 7,000 words. The first half of the piece should analyze the legal development, with the second half devoted to the author’s own comment or critique. For example, in a book review, the student could summarize the author’s argument in the first half, and then criticize the argument or point out future implications in the second half. Citations should follow the Bluebook format. Interested participants should submit a draft or a one-page, double-spaced proposal, as well as a writing sample (non-brief or memo piece preferred). Click here for an example of a Recent Development. If you are interested in being published and either have a topic proposal, then please reach out to us. We would be happy to brainstorm topics and help you develop a piece for the journal. Please contact us at edenniston at jd14.law.harvard.edu or skalin at jd14.law.harvard.edu with any questions you may have about the process or to discuss your ideas for publication.